On March 1 of this year, the new German law will come into force, which aims to find qualified foreign labor for Germany.
This law should facilitate the entry of the workforce, from third countries, as the rules that only favor people from EU Member States will no longer apply. One of the regions targeted by German employers is the western Balkans.
Germany needs foreign labor, so the government is speeding up the entry process for skilled workers. A new service has been launched in Bonn which will coordinate the diploma recognition process.
The German economy is increasingly dependent on the foreign workforce. The federal government then launched a program to bring foreign workers and skilled experts from other countries to Germany with the motto "Make it in Germany".
The German Minister of Labor Hubertus Heil states that "without qualified foreign labor we cannot maintain our current well-being. Foreign specialists cannot wait too long and we must ensure that these arrivals are facilitated, to get them in as soon as possible"
People interested in working in Germany must first contact the ZSBA center, who will assist in the preparation of the complete documentation necessary for the recognition of qualifications. The office can be contacted in various ways: via chat, email or telephone. The person's requests will be distributed and forwarded to the appropriate institutions at the local level.
The German statistics office says that the number of citizens available to work in Germany will drop from four to six million workers by 2035 and a shortage of manpower is already noted in many economic areas.
The federal government has finally understood business concerns and has recently worked intensively to create conditions for the arrival of manpower from other countries.
After much debate, the law was adopted which will come into force on March XNUMXst.
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